Ms. JaeEun Lee holds her master degree at CCM (University of Cincinnati) and she is now in doctoral degree in violin performance at the same school. Her bachelor degree in music performance is earned in Korea.
A native of Korea, Ms. Lee has been playing the violin for eighteen years and joined numerous music festivals in Korea, Guam, China, Indonesia, and Italy. Also she played violin at the city youth orchestra in Korea for five years.
Ms. Lee holds teaching certification for high school in Korea and she studied string pedagogy as her minor for DMA at CCM. She taught violin many years in Korea and Cincinnati. As a Suzuki teacher, she trained Suzuki method in North Carolina and California and she is planning for her further Suzuki studies. For now, she is teaching in Suzuki method and traditional method.
In her childhood, Ms. Lee learned piano together with her sister and she still loves to play it. Focus on her violin playing, she also played organ and piano as well at church about seventeen years. In Cincinnati, she serves a mass as an organist at Sacred Heart Church since 2012. Ms. Lee took an organ lesson at CCM for two years and she took private piano lessons in Korea. She loves to be an accompanist for her violin students and she taught piano for years in Korea and Cincinnati. As a piano teacher, she is also planning for Suzuki method training in piano studies.